Disneyland Paris tickets - £29.75 Adult / £29.75 Child @ 365 Tickets  - Now adults same price as a child!
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Disneyland Paris tickets - £29.75 Adult / £29.75 Child @ 365 Tickets - Now adults same price as a child!

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Found 14th Dec 2017
Update 8th Jan, Adult prices now the same price as kids!

Back again! - Note these are a official retailer so genuine tickets.

Very good price for day tickets, ideal if heading over to Disneyland Paris
Note these are a legitimate seller, also sell tickets for Theme Parks & more

This Disneyland® Paris ticket includes :

  • Admission to Disneyland Park® AND Walt Disney Studios® Park (subject to Disney Parks capacity on day of visit.)
  • 4 Seasons to choose to visit : Mini, Magic, Super Magic & Super Magic Plus
  • FASTPASS® - a great way to experience the most popular rides without queuing
  • OFFICIAL TICKETS - no need to queue, you can self-scan your voucher.
  • Children under 3 years of age do not require a voucher.

1 Day / 1 Park Hopper Pass - ADULT FOR THE PRICE OF A CHILD - Enjoy Admission to Disneyland® Park OR the Walt Disney Studios Park. Prices from £29

1 Day / 2 Park Hopper Pass - ADULT FOR THE PRICE OF A CHILD - Enjoy Admission to Disneyland® Park and the Walt Disney Studios Park. Prices from £44.

Booking Period: From January 8, 2018 - March 18, 2018

Redemption Period: From January 9, 2018 - March 19, 2018

This Disneyland® Paris ticket includes :

  • Offer Ending the 18/03/2018
  • Visit Period between January 9, 2018 - March 19, 2018
  • Admission to Disneyland Park® OR Walt Disney Studios® Park (subject to Disney Parks capacity on day of visit.)

Imagine a land where the wonderful world of Disney comes alive. Imagine a Disneyland® Park, where make believe is real. And Walt Disney Studios® Park, where the magic of Disney meets the magic of cinema. Imagine a Disney Village®, where fun and entertainment stay open day and night. Imagine you are here, in a resort as big as imagination itself. Welcome to Disneyland® Paris. A holiday destination like no other
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This price looks good but there any great package deal for 2adults and 2 children like Lego land 1 night hotel and 2 days tickets for £130 for 2A&2C?
Thanks
I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind of Star Wars festival going on, rides being reimagined as star wars and doing shows and parades and that kind of thing by the look of it.

Anyways, would appreciate if anyone with experience of Disneyland Paris could give me some insight on the following:
1. Is it busy outside of school holidays? I would go 3rd week of Jan so imagine most European kids are back to school by then.
2. How many days do you need to see more or less everything in the park, go on all the major rides etc?
3. Any recommendations for on-site or close-to-site accommodation?
Thanks for post x
  • Admission to Disneyland Park® AND Walt Disney Studios® Park (subject to Disney Parks capacity on day of visit.)

on the website this changes to .... OR.....
Quidco and TCB are offering 3% cashback too - Smoothfingers33, this is because it defaults the selection to 1 day, 1 park, scroll down to find other selections.
"Admission to Disneyland Park® AND Walt Disney Studios® Park"

The £29.45 price refers to a 1 park ticket not a 2 park ticket as the above sentence suggests, there are cheaper than this also as they add on card fees at checkout, google is your friend!
Cameron921 h, 5 m ago

I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind …I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind of Star Wars festival going on, rides being reimagined as star wars and doing shows and parades and that kind of thing by the look of it.Anyways, would appreciate if anyone with experience of Disneyland Paris could give me some insight on the following:1. Is it busy outside of school holidays? I would go 3rd week of Jan so imagine most European kids are back to school by then.2. How many days do you need to see more or less everything in the park, go on all the major rides etc?3. Any recommendations for on-site or close-to-site accommodation?


Not too sure on the first and second questions, but for number 3 I would recommend Relais spa in chessy val d'europe. Lovely hotel with a pool and spa facilities if your into that. We have been before and are going again in March. Booked with easy jet hotel and flights package, amazing prices for what you get.



Edit* we have done both parks in one days and another trip with two days admission. It depends on whats open that day, some rides have maintenance but I like to get a two day pass as you can take your time and enjoy the rides on one day, and then experiencing the food and shows / shops the next day
Edited by: "DannibleCorpse" 14th Dec 2017
Misleading OP. The price stated is for 1 day 1 park only. It's £40++ for 1 day 2 parks.
Cameron921 h, 58 m ago

I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind …I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind of Star Wars festival going on, rides being reimagined as star wars and doing shows and parades and that kind of thing by the look of it.Anyways, would appreciate if anyone with experience of Disneyland Paris could give me some insight on the following:1. Is it busy outside of school holidays? I would go 3rd week of Jan so imagine most European kids are back to school by then.2. How many days do you need to see more or less everything in the park, go on all the major rides etc?3. Any recommendations for on-site or close-to-site accommodation?




We had annual passes and always stayed off site self catering. At time annual passes were a lot cheaper than they are now. We went last year in October, then did December, February for season if the force, did Easter then did 2 weeks in August. I'm restricted to going when children off school. I usually prefer to take flight there. You would need least 5 days in my opinion. We used to go for a minimum of 5 days but like I say as we went a lot, some of our stays were longer. Oh for the 2 week one bk in August we stayed in air bnb. I usually take the children on my own but the 2 week trip my boyfriend came and he enjoyed it too. Carers get in free with those with additional needs /disabled etc.
Cameron922 h, 0 m ago

I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind …I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind of Star Wars festival going on, rides being reimagined as star wars and doing shows and parades and that kind of thing by the look of it.Anyways, would appreciate if anyone with experience of Disneyland Paris could give me some insight on the following:1. Is it busy outside of school holidays? I would go 3rd week of Jan so imagine most European kids are back to school by then.2. How many days do you need to see more or less everything in the park, go on all the major rides etc?3. Any recommendations for on-site or close-to-site accommodation?


I'd say a minimum of 2 day to see everything.
I've usually spent on average about £150 a head for travel and a self catering rooms once the annual passes paid for, for 5 day or so stay, longer we stayed the more it cost in accommodation.
It's worth going to,I know I preferred Orlando but it's still a great holiday, I'd been ages back so knew it was right thing to buy annual passes as knew what to expect even after having been Orlando and doing Disney World there.
Mum2ConnornCerys35 m ago

We had annual passes and always stayed off site self catering. At time …We had annual passes and always stayed off site self catering. At time annual passes were a lot cheaper than they are now. We went last year in October, then did December, February for season if the force, did Easter then did 2 weeks in August. I'm restricted to going when children off school. I usually prefer to take flight there. You would need least 5 days in my opinion. We used to go for a minimum of 5 days but like I say as we went a lot, some of our stays were longer. Oh for the 2 week one bk in August we stayed in air bnb. I usually take the children on my own but the 2 week trip my boyfriend came and he enjoyed it too. Carers get in free with those with additional needs /disabled etc.


Thanks for the info. Can't believe you go so often though, surely you've seen it all and been on all the rides?
Cameron923 h, 38 m ago

I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind …I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind of Star Wars festival going on, rides being reimagined as star wars and doing shows and parades and that kind of thing by the look of it.Anyways, would appreciate if anyone with experience of Disneyland Paris could give me some insight on the following:1. Is it busy outside of school holidays? I would go 3rd week of Jan so imagine most European kids are back to school by then.2. How many days do you need to see more or less everything in the park, go on all the major rides etc?3. Any recommendations for on-site or close-to-site accommodation?


We live in Paris and had annual passes last year. If it's quiet (not during school holidays) you could do everything you won't want to do in two days (one for each park). That's my opinion from having an annual pass and not wanting to go again for quite a while!!

The Mickey and the Magician show is excellent as are some of the main rides. Crush's Coaster is always a long wait as it only takes 4 passengers per car.

It's accessible from central Paris via train on the RER A line if you wanted to explore the city.

Fastpass tickets aren't that great. You can only get one at a time and it gives you a 30 minute slot and often it is for a lot later in the day.

Rides will be quieter when the parade is on.
Cameron921 h, 52 m ago

Thanks for the info. Can't believe you go so often though, surely you've …Thanks for the info. Can't believe you go so often though, surely you've seen it all and been on all the rides?


Well the park was decorated differently a lot of the times we went, like for the season, we saw Xmas, Halloween and 25th anniversary, then was time of season of the force for star wars fans. The annual passes have run out, I don't think I'd go back again in long time, I hadn't been for almost a decade when I did buy annual passes. There different meet n greet on, we enjoyed the rides, the weather was always good too. December was a little cold but it stayed dry and that's the main thing when it's rather cold.
I want to go Disneyland in California next so I better get saving, aswell as lots of other attractions surrounding.
Andrew_Jones-10527393852851 m ago

We live in Paris and had annual passes last year. If it's quiet (not …We live in Paris and had annual passes last year. If it's quiet (not during school holidays) you could do everything you won't want to do in two days (one for each park). That's my opinion from having an annual pass and not wanting to go again for quite a while!!The Mickey and the Magician show is excellent as are some of the main rides. Crush's Coaster is always a long wait as it only takes 4 passengers per car. It's accessible from central Paris via train on the RER A line if you wanted to explore the city. Fastpass tickets aren't that great. You can only get one at a time and it gives you a 30 minute slot and often it is for a lot later in the day. Rides will be quieter when the parade is on.


Yes, when we did 2 weeks in the Summer, we had 5days in Paris and travelled the rer and metro those days. Travel fairly simple. Loved the aquaboulvard water park too.
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urinthematrix15 h, 4 m ago

This price looks good but there any great package deal for 2adults and 2 …This price looks good but there any great package deal for 2adults and 2 children like Lego land 1 night hotel and 2 days tickets for £130 for 2A&2C?Thanks


Where is this Legoland deal?
This isn't a deal it's normally that price for 1 park.
martmitch14th Dec

"Admission to Disneyland Park® AND Walt Disney Studios® Park" The £29.45 pr …"Admission to Disneyland Park® AND Walt Disney Studios® Park" The £29.45 price refers to a 1 park ticket not a 2 park ticket as the above sentence suggests, there are cheaper than this also as they add on card fees at checkout, google is your friend!


Could you help me with a link if you know of anywhere I could get a 1 day/2 park ticket for roughly this price? Going next month so would be a big help 😊
SunshineOnMe9 h, 0 m ago

Could you help me with a link if you know of anywhere I could get a 1 …Could you help me with a link if you know of anywhere I could get a 1 day/2 park ticket for roughly this price? Going next month so would be a big help 😊


Google helps.
Trust me, I've tried
I wish I had not voted up before checking the link. It is only for 1 and not 2 as described.
SunshineOnMe16th Dec

Trust me, I've tried


google ‘disneyland paris tickets’ they are all there
Cameron9214th Dec

I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind …I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind of Star Wars festival going on, rides being reimagined as star wars and doing shows and parades and that kind of thing by the look of it.Anyways, would appreciate if anyone with experience of Disneyland Paris could give me some insight on the following:1. Is it busy outside of school holidays? I would go 3rd week of Jan so imagine most European kids are back to school by then.2. How many days do you need to see more or less everything in the park, go on all the major rides etc?3. Any recommendations for on-site or close-to-site accommodation?


1, mid Jan will be less busy during week, but still busy at weekends.

2. You could do all major rides in one day easy, but less chaotic to do it over 2 / 3

3 I would recommend the explorers hotel, you get a free parking pass to disney or there is a shuttle bus, loads cheaper than disney hotels, the explorers hotel is the only non disney hotel affiliated to disney
Hi

we’re going in aug 18, the 1 day ticket which offers the most discount doesn’t cover this month, was hoping to buy tickets for one of each parks, family of 5.

Any ideas?

staying at explorers.
Edited by: "lukman2k" 29th Dec 2017
1193 degrees of heat for a deal that doesn’t exist. This site is madness.
Posted ages ago not really a find.
Cameron9214th Dec

I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind …I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind of Star Wars festival going on, rides being reimagined as star wars and doing shows and parades and that kind of thing by the look of it.Anyways, would appreciate if anyone with experience of Disneyland Paris could give me some insight on the following:1. Is it busy outside of school holidays? I would go 3rd week of Jan so imagine most European kids are back to school by then.2. How many days do you need to see more or less everything in the park, go on all the major rides etc?3. Any recommendations for on-site or close-to-site accommodation?


I think two full days at a minimum, definitely fly it'll be much easier. We used to get the coach (Ferry or eurostar) and it takes forever!

January will be freezing too so wrap up warm, I've been end of january a few years ago with college and it was empty but it was that cold the water fountains had frozen over!, we didn't que for anything though and had fun still, but also note a lot of rides had been closed due to weather or maintenance such as Aerosmith and then Tower of Terror kept breaking down. So check that first too. If you stay in a disney hotel there are options to go into the park early etc and you can have breakfast with the characters too (if its running in jan not sure). Hope you enjoy it! I can't wait to go again but hopefully saving for Florida this time!
Cameron9214th Dec

I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind …I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind of Star Wars festival going on, rides being reimagined as star wars and doing shows and parades and that kind of thing by the look of it.Anyways, would appreciate if anyone with experience of Disneyland Paris could give me some insight on the following:1. Is it busy outside of school holidays? I would go 3rd week of Jan so imagine most European kids are back to school by then.2. How many days do you need to see more or less everything in the park, go on all the major rides etc?3. Any recommendations for on-site or close-to-site accommodation?

It isn't that busy ourside school holidays. But it depends what you are used to.

At least 2! Plan strategically routes but also be flexible for short likes on a ride, liking the look of something you hadn't planned son trying out etc... A small rucksack is also a good buy and a rain poncho to be safe!
Cameron9214th Dec

I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind …I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind of Star Wars festival going on, rides being reimagined as star wars and doing shows and parades and that kind of thing by the look of it.Anyways, would appreciate if anyone with experience of Disneyland Paris could give me some insight on the following:1. Is it busy outside of school holidays? I would go 3rd week of Jan so imagine most European kids are back to school by then.2. How many days do you need to see more or less everything in the park, go on all the major rides etc?3. Any recommendations for on-site or close-to-site accommodation?


1. Not nearly as busy as school holidays.
2. You could rush round everything in a day, but we would recommend a minimum of 2 days.
3. New York is very close, as is the Newport Bay(really nice hotel with a swimming pool), only a 5minute walk to the eateries, and 10minute to the parks.

As an aside the Star Wars night show is superb!
For a general idea of how busy the parks are during the year this link is a pretty good Indicator Clicky. It is in French but the key is in order.

We have just returned from a 2 day visit in the Black ‘avoid’ days, stupidly busy on 27th but still magical. We are going to return at a quieter time this year.

The app is great and gives you real time queuing times for all the rides while in the park.
Cameron9214th Dec 2017

I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind …I'm contemplating going in January for my birthday as they have some kind of Star Wars festival going on, rides being reimagined as star wars and doing shows and parades and that kind of thing by the look of it.Anyways, would appreciate if anyone with experience of Disneyland Paris could give me some insight on the following:1. Is it busy outside of school holidays? I would go 3rd week of Jan so imagine most European kids are back to school by then.2. How many days do you need to see more or less everything in the park, go on all the major rides etc?3. Any recommendations for on-site or close-to-site accommodation?


January is usually the quietest time to go, except for weekends but it can be very cold and wet. I have just got back from there last night and recommend a hotel called Hipark. I would say 4 days would be enough to see everything and I would take as many snacks with you as you can carry because food and drinks are expensive
urinthematrix14th Dec 2017

This price looks good but there any great package deal for 2adults and 2 …This price looks good but there any great package deal for 2adults and 2 children like Lego land 1 night hotel and 2 days tickets for £130 for 2A&2C?Thanks


Hello who was this with please.
if i wanted to go and do 2 parks over 2 days, is it cheaper to buy 1park/1day for my fist day and the same again and just go to the other park the next day????
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